Choose from more than 350 free events for all the family at the city's biggest festival.
It’s peak snowdrop season this month and there are several places in Cambridgeshire to enjoy a sumptuous display of the flowers.
This half-term the University of Cambridge’s museums have put together a host of activities children can try out at home.
Ai Weiwei, who lives part of the year in Cambridge, will reflect upon the liberty in the West – in contrast to China and other authoritarian regimes
Cambridge University Library reveals the secrets of the Samurai through its collection of thousands of Japanese objects
Meet the man you’ve probably heard, even if you‘ve not heard of him.
The computer was Henry Hughes & Son’s attempt to win the race between companies to perfect the instrument.
The museum is to stage a temporary exhibition to commemorate the centenary of Pye radios and the BBC starting later this year.
Featuring objects hidden away in the museum’s stores, Celebrating Together runs until Monday, January 10.
Paleontologist Jamie Jordan was alerted by a metal detectorist.
A secret investor has allowed the National Trust to buy an important 18th-century portrait just days before it was due to be sold at auction.
The five items will be on display until next March
Stuck for a day out and hoping to discover something new? A new tourist website is encouraging locals to try out some hidden gems.
They include a large piece of twisted and rusted steelwork from the collapsed World Trade Center.
Golden artefacts unearthed from ancient burial mounds built by Saka warrior people in Kazakhstan will go on display next month.